As August brings darker days and fewer frosé-filled summer nights, it might just be time to take a stroll down memory lane vis-a-vis your camera roll. As you edit out the moments you might not want to remember, don't forget to favorite all those goodies because we've got some ideas for you on how to bring them back IRL style.
To get the creative juices flowing, photographer/videographer Kevin Lu and I hit the print button on the Sprocket, HP's portable photo printer, and took to the web for some of the coolest content out there.
First, if you haven't seen @mydaywithleo's Instagram, it's insane. We did our own version inspired by his work with our photos from Panorama Music Festival, the perfect summer backdrop for all that denim wear.
Second, if you're really into old-school vibes, or just love OK Go's "The One Moment" video, we've got you covered there, too. Check out the perfect way to turn those still moments into memories you can replay, again and again.
Third, if you're into next level scrapbooking, here's one for you. Inspired by @tumblr's #adorbs collages, made to celebrate celebrity birthdays (like Selena Gomez and Ariana Grande), we grabbed our scissors and *actually* did the cut and paste.
And what's summer recap without a little (or a lot) of fashion? Here's the looks from the videos so you can go ahead and shop...
Cinq à Sept T-Shirt, $175
BUY IT: cinqasept.nyc
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Rag and Bone Jeans, $350
BUY IT: rag-bone.com
Adriana Degreas Swimsuit, $295
BUY IT: net-a-porter.com
Re/Done Skirt, $230
BUY IT: shopredone.com
Zimmermann Playsuit, $590
BUY IT: us.zimmermannwear.com
Raquel Allegra Hoodie, $310
BUY IT: raquelallegra.com
Lem Lem Dress, $375
BUY IT: lemlem.com
Tanya Taylor Dress, $895
BUY IT: tanyataylor.com
GRLFRND Shorts, $198
BUY IT: revolve.com
L'Agence Denim Jacket, $290
BUY IT: intermixonline.com.
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